One Wish
  • May 7, 2021
  • 56:50 mins
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If you had three wishes, how would you use them? Would you wish for money? Fame? Would you help heal those in hospitals? Maybe end world hunger? But what would happen if you only had one wish? No exceptions, no take backs, you make one wish and then it’s gone? It might be worth taking some time to step back and consider before you accidentally squander that one wish on something that isn’t worthwhile. On today's episode of The Apple Seed we have a story about just such a situation from Simon Brooks. We'll also bring you stories from Eshu Bumpus, Karen Golden, and others. On today’s episode, enjoy the following: “One Wish” by Simon Brooks from More Second-Hand Tales (5:05) Radio Family Journal: "Claire's Stunt Double" by Sam Payne (16:04) The Daily Mix: "Someone Else's Story" with Steven Kapp Perry (22:22) “Singing Goose” by Eshu Bumpus from Lion in Love (30:34) “Thank You, Mrs. Minnick” by Regi Carpenter from Bendable Barbie (38:15) “Tale of Two Brothers” by Karen Golden from Pass it On: A Journey Through the Jewish Holidays in Story and Song (46:00) "Is Not Is Too" by Bill Harley from Play it Again (53:36)